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(male announcer) this is the bay area's news station. kron 4 news starts now. >>isabel: hello, everybody. and welcome to 3 light hours of our kron 4 news weekend. we are taking a live look outside. >> let us get the forecast. that super moo tonightn. >>janu: it is when the! we're waking up to clear skies. and this afternoon it will be sunny and warmer. potential be averaging a few degrees warmer than yesterday and the wind will pick up overnight. taking a look
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at current conditions. upper 40's in san francisco, oakland. 44 degrees in livermore. upper 40's and oakland livermore plenty of sunshine expected. a bit cooler along the coast. 60s and half moon bay and and and downtown san francisco your full forecast, coming up what we expect tomorrow. >>marty: residents in sonoma county were shaken up overnight after a 4.1 magnitude earthquake. this was right before to:30 near the geysers. no report of injuries. with the 1.2 mi. radius >>isabel: and the east bay
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still unanswered questions with an officer involved shooting from friday evening. allegations that he fired at the officer first but the suspect could not have fired his weapon at all. >>kate: it was the originally chp that the found the stolen car calling for backup and following it on highway no. 4. when the suspect realized he was being followed he pulled into the parking lot of kaiser permanente day. the police arrived. the chp was on the scene and several windows of the stolen vehicle were shot out. the suspect was taken away with non-life-threatening injuries. the officers involved were not injuries. kate thompson, kron4. >>marty: increasing patrols in
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the south bay for the cinco de mayo with a spike in gang violence if is a concern. some business owners are boarding up windows and residences are choosing to stay away. we have jackie on the scene. so far, quiet downtown san jose. >>jackie: correct it is quiet. city officials and law enforcement are hoping that it stays this way for the remainder of the day. they are increasing patrols through santa clara. and san jose police apartment. since 2010 the annual parade has been canceled but they are hoping to mitigate some of the issues with the help of the san jose police -- department
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spokesperson. >> we allow for a safe celebration of cinco de mayo we have used this plan in place for also mardi gras and a special officers units will do with gang activity specifically. and investigative gang crime will be on that the scene working side by side with other officers. >>jackie: of course you do not want to of self-proclaimed prophecy but they want to have a plan in pr place. they do not want anything happen bad to happen. i am on in santa clara street. i've not seen any of those boarded up businesses yet but as it develops will keep you updated.
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>>marty: thank you, jackie he was reporting from downtown san jose. business owners in the mission district are also upset. after cleaning up this vandalism from last wednesday night with an occupy protest splinter group caused damage. reggie kumar spoke to the business owners. most >>reporter: of these businesses near valencia spent thousands to replace broken windows and broken outdoor furniture. this is what left behind. graffiti and paint after this preet may day protes. some store fronts were boarded up pre may day. this a business owner forced her to close. >> we have all of our windows smashed. no looting but
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destruction of property. it is astonishing on valencia's street where everybody has managed to keep the big box stores out. valencia's seems to be the target. >>reporter: this mission district businesses have a website dedicated for the non- insurance coverage. their goal is to raise $10,000 www.kron4.com click on news links for more information. reggie kumar. >>marty: there are two suspects that robbed a spa as there were walking at the royal spa on miller avenue they also stole both vehicles of the employees. this latin male description is wearing a dark hat, blue jeans.
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the second possible suspect had a similar description. kia sedona and a black 1999 honda civic both of these vehicles have been stolen. the obama administration of how to get deal with guantanamo bay prisoners will be highlighted. with terrorism charges of prisoners. attacking civilians. they face the death penalty. if charged. they are planning the legality and legitimacy of the military structure. still ahead, a closer look at the arraignment
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today in what it means for the family of the 911 victims'. >> straight ahead the evacuation of the school and pixar studios. >>isabel: this quick look at mt. tam breezy. the forecast is looking good. ♪
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>>marty: ac transit are looking into a hydrogen leak that caused evacuation's friday morning at the ac transit bus yard and recent dairy school and pixar studios were evacuated. no reports of injuries or damages the leak was eventually tapped. >>isabel: a warning for the santa clara mountain hiking path. fall creek near felton
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should be on the lookout for a man behaving crazily. a 14 year- old girl was approached from behind in january. recently a 25 year-old woman was approached from behind with a man of peering from behind the bushes. >>marty: a surprise wedding coming up. the beverage >>isabel: the bay bridge-toll plaza looking decent i'm a native californian.
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times are tough. our state's going through a tough time. but we can fix it. ♪ chevron's been here in california for 133 years. we work hard. we support 1 in 200 jobs in the state. we support each other. and we spent over $450 million dollars with local small businesses last year. and, together, we can keep this... we're committed. ...the great state of california. committed to california. ♪ of >>marty: barry bonds is requesting a felony charge to be tossed out his lawyers are saying that this was a and irrelevant response to his court
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room response. >>isabel: mediators are requested to be used instead of police for occupy related protests at uc-davis, uc- berkeley. this is a of recommendations including the developing internal interdisciplinary studies. suggesting that the faculty should be put through extensive training on how to deal with unruly protesters. >>marty: discrepancy on the ceo's résume appears for the
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latest yahoo ceo. enhance many are demanding for him to step down >>isabel: take a look! half a beautiful morning. >>marty: janu? >>janu: this is a live look it is gorgeous outside. a beautiful weekend with mostly clear skies. breezy conditions in certain areas. we are expecting a lot of sunshine and the wind speed will increase this evening. temperatures outside, 58 degrees in napa. and upper 40's along the coast and the peninsula. 49 degrees in said housing but take a look at the afternoon highs. it will be pretty warm 79 degrees expected in morgan hill. we will see the upper 70's in the east bay inland with plenty
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of sunshine expected 78 in pittsburgh, 77 in campbell. a bit cooler along the coast with mid-70s and san leandro. and even cooler along the coast. 60s to ocean beach, buzz of a cut and san bruno but a warmer 77 degrees in palo alto. a look at your 7 day around the bay to give sunshine. pacifica looking decent -- >>isabel: after a decade of the 911 attacks 5 of those key planners are facing legalities in guantanamo bay. many families
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are falling these proceedings. details. >>reporter: these men accused of masterminding the 911 attacks will have the stage again this weekend. the question is that what will he do with the spotlight. >> i have had conversations with people that think that this service will begin. to an and and find out. >>reporter: judge advocate is one of the experts in dealing with the 911 attacks. >> it is a risky way to deal with these risky trials. >>reporter: he pled guilty to murder and says that i want to be a martyr but that military commission got cancelled. >> the original set of laws that were set down by this administration were basically
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struck down by the supreme court. they basically had to start over and put together a new framework. >>reporter: attorney general ever colder was moving him to york to try him in federal court. attorney general eric holder. >>reporter: this backlashes particle political and backlash however, this weekend is an arraignment for him. >> is steadily a military question. whenever administration has guantanamo on their plate. >>reporter: defense attorneys will have every incentive to stop them from going on any type of a grant that could alienate the 12 military officers. how successful those attorneys will be remains to be seen. chris
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loans, see an end, the pentagon. >>marty: now, a surprise marriage with shane beaur and sharon shroud will be married today. sharin--sharon shroud was released because of medical reasons. judge patel, the third and the trio will be the best man. >>isabel: this prostitute speak out. this scandal has cost eight people their jobs and at least one person has failed a lie
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detector and test. the woman was supposed to be paid $800 for her services. >> translator: i asked him to give me the gift and he said no and he said just go (explecitve) and he just gave me taxi money and i was in shock. >>isabel: after that flight to down a police officer. she is giving up prostitution but she is willing to pose nude for a male magazine. >>marty: good news for the will
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>>marty: this full moon is going to appear 30 percent more luminous and 14 times larger because it is going to be 15,000 closer to earth it is expected to rise at 8:35 pacific time. a and you >>isabel: could see the man on the moon. this whale is finally free! it was first seen of the southern california coast tangled and fishing debris. with
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no luck three weeks ago however on thursday it was spotted off the coast of boat database.-- bodega bay the exhausted captain of the crab boat and said it was one of his best experiences. >>marty: coming up businesses in san francisco's mission district still cleaning up after the may day protests. >>isabel: look at how beautiful it is outside. the san francisco and san jose shot looking just as beautiful. we are getting ready for cinco it de mayo celebrations ♪
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>>isabel: 7:29 this live look. a bit overcast. but calmed and peaceful >>janu: we will see an average of 10 degrees warmer. this live look with sunny skies. we are working up to beautiful temperatures today. a mild evening in store. the wind will increase overnight. take a look at these temperatures. upper 40's and the san francisco, san jose. and santa rosa. 40s and livermore a bit more chilly in the inland areas. 54 degrees of
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ready and napa. 44 degrees in walnut creek. already in napa is a 54. 60s, however expected in downtown san francisco. fairfield, concord expecting to see the 80s tomorrow. with upper 70's for the south-bay. your full forecast coming up. >>isabel: and in san jose the police are stepping up patrols for the cinco de mayo celebrations it could be a dangerous combination. and our sole reporter jackie is live and snl say. i heard that part of this spike in gang violence she
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is live in -- san jose. >>jackie: correct the san jose streets are extremely quiet right now. officials and are hoping that it will remain light this today. as you mentioned, they are stepping up patrols for as a preventative measures of things do not get out of hand. this festival has been canceled but thousands come down to still celebrate and they are hoping that they are going to be able to curb any violence or issue stock would occur. traditionally, the santa clara sheriff's office and the police will be on patrol. already some signs are up. no stopping posted. they are discouraging any drivers to come through here. and we do not want to with a gloom and doom and self-
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proclaimed prophecy but they want to make sure that things are in place with a gang force mitigating problems correctly. >>isabel: hundreds of thousands of people love and joy that festival and it just takes a few bad apples to ruin it for everybody thank you, jackie. >>marty: the police chase in the east bay. this was at the medical parking lot. >> a shot and injured if driver the suspect was realizing steady was being followed and he pulled into the parking lot of kaiser pan permanently. police opened
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fire. he has been shot with non- life-threatening injuries. reporting, kate thompson, kron 4. >>marty: dozens of stores were damaged and a pre made a celebrationbusiness owners in the mission district are also upset. after cleaning up this vandalism from last wednesday night with an occupy protest splinter group caused damage. reggie kumar spoke to the business owners. most >>reporter: of these businesses near valencia spent thousands to replace broken windows and day protes. some store fronts were boarded up pre may day. >> we have all of our windows destruction of property. it is astonishing on valencia's street where everybody has managed to keep the big box stores out. valencia's seems to be the target. >>reporter: this mission district businesses have a website dedicated for the non- is to raise $10,000 www.kron4.com click on news links for more information. also
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racing goethe my show at the mission district park >>isabel: this violence from friday spokesperson for the sheriff's department. >> they're going to be prosecuted for trespassing. if we get a conviction? they will be ordered to go back and repair the damage that they did in this same building. >>isabel: he was charged with the adul assault of a deadl weapon. throwing a brick and injuring another protester. >>marty: take a look to these four force--4 horses and were ao
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air lift them to safety the avg wight is 900-1100 - lbs thank goodness there were able to be rescued >>isabel: how you can make $100 an east palo alto. >>marty: and a look at guantanamo bay, cuba what's the best gift you can give mom ?
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>>isabel: you do not have to be in east palo alto resident to participate to turn in a gun and get $100. this will be in the city hall parking lot. >> this woman was held by a man in her home. details still coming up. >>marty: this man has been sentenced to three years. lombardi was allegedly and found guilty of selling drugs and
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collecting cash during investigative searches of crime scenes. the also is facing prostitution charges. more men are christopher butler are also showing a pleasanton brothel and drug charges. also a danville police officer is being prosecuted for alleged crimes for the so-called 'dirty dui' incident. >> this man this 19 year-old camacho has been arrested after having sex with a minor. at least six miners. years old six- minors lawful sexual intercourse with a minor. >>isabel: coming up your sports. >>marty: this live look
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♪ >>isabel: 7:44 this live look outside san francisco. it is a clear, blue morning. >>marty: it is beautiful but a bit breezy. >>janu: good morning clear skies. you are correct it is breezy. in the higher elevations but that will be sunny and much warmer. even warmer tomorrow currently, temperatures are 50s and snap- on. still 40's in santa rosa. line -- janu 50s -- and nap ana
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looking at 50s. still, 60s. let us take a look at the afternoon high as we are expecting a warm day. 69 degrees in san bruno junqueira. mountain view, 75. nearly 80 degrees in livermore. as we press north we could see 79 in livermore upper 60s expected for san francisco. as we take a look a look at your 7 day around the bay and expecting that warming trend to kick off right into your work week. >>marty: sports this morning the giants tams lincecum is facing the brewers last night trying to avoid the fourth
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consecutive loss. >>isabel: and the playoffs. your full sports. >>gary: the giants are in a funk with bases loaded, the first inning and before you know it. one-nothing milwaukee brewers. and tim lincecum having a very difficult time opening innings. with only two hits on five innings. romo gives it up to ramirez and giants have lost four consecutive games. taking a look at boston in tampa bay. you
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know you are going to hit the wall but you go all out. it is a great play. we will show you twice. this is a big guy from cal let us root for him. but i do not know. he is giving up the two-run homer. benji's brother, seven-runs, now finishing off with a 0-4 for the night. 7-2 for the race f--rays the hawks d joe johnson forcing overtime 17 points, 14 rebounds. 12 assists. and a triple-double. the celtics
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win with 2-1 victory. philadelphia beating chicago. and now, tiger woods will not be around this weekend. with less viewers and charlotte, n.c. what hosting this event. tiger woods was not very good. shooting over par. missing the cut by one shot. and even in even par but that is not good enough. low score. at one point he had gone eight consecutive years without missing a cut. however, this is his fourth consecutive. and for the latest on andrew luck of the in the colts. he did great. he
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has a body and is impressed. >>marty: this university of kentucky basketball team with president obama. they meant the team at the white house. the wildcats had their n.c.a.a. title game victory. president obama it is still commanding the team's victory. >>isabel: horses for the kentucky derby at churchill downs. 138th it dates back to 1875. the home state of kentucky was the first victory. many
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people are included peaking the society's interest with hats, beverages, celebrity and mint juleps. >>marty: coming up a new start up for your smart phone application called highlight. and >>isabel: more cinco de mayo details >>marty: plenty of sunshine ♪ u what's the best gift you can give mom ?
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gabe slate's tech report >>gabe: just three people are in this office called highlights. >> this is an amazing application for your smart phone. i see your posted profile. if we both have downloaded this application? and we are sitting right next to each other? we can find each other's interests, commonalities, and anything that we share in common. >>gabe: you will be able to
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find your friends and a nearby cafe with a similar interests. perhaps if the want your same high school? >> think of this city as a perfect test. he to hundred thousand strangers. we sit next to each other, we stand in line next to each other. time in the history of the world we're able to take this opportunity it is like being apple to seek a one- page bio of everybody are round you. what is amazing is that coincidences' such as this person knew my wife.
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>>gabe: this is a free download, and privacies controls are set by you. >> this makes people friendly and helps people remember how you met people. there is a lot of potential. >> this is free to download. >>isabel: as residents take to the bay and celebrate their is one holiday has been lost with commercialization, we know that cinco de mayo however we do know that the history is the defeat against the french. however
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fundraising towards mexico is hoping that the are going to march towards the nine states to help confederates. half of >>marty: one of the things to remember >>isabel: this live look at guantanamo bay, cuba 0 ♪
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>>isabel: welcome back. >>janu: >>jan: we have some best historic films about the history of california. >>isabel: a beautiful day shaping up. yes. here is janu with our forecast. >>janu: it is beautiful and it
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is so nice out there. plenty of sunshine. we have been dealing with windy conditions but we are expecting a really beautiful day. and the wind is expected to pick up. temperatures 50s. san francisco and still in the 40's and livermore. we are averaging about 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. 74 degrees in of vallejo. 78 also expected and san jose
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>>marty: and a spike and gang violence in large crowds gathered is a deadly combination. business owners are already boarding up just in case. some residents are choosing to stay away. we have a reporter on the scene the we are starting to see more activity? >>jackie: yes. we have this beautiful day for the holiday but it is a quiet start. they are hoping that it remains peaceful. since 2010, the parade has been canceled but several people congregate in the downtown area to celebrate. officials are hoping that it stays relatively quiet. they do have plans in place with the santa clara sheriff's department with increasing patrols. he
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spoke of their plan. >> we allow for a safe celebration of cinco de mayo we have used this plan in place for also mardi gras and a special officers units will do with gang activity specifically. and investigative gang crime will be on that the scene working side by side with other officers. >>jackie: as part of this enforcement, no stopping signs posted. and we spoke of the businesses that have been boarded up on the santa clara between second and first street. i have not seen those businesses, yet but it is a concern. as i mentioned, they do not want to go overboard with
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the self-proclaimed prophecy of gloom and doom they're hoping that everything will turn out correctly. with a lot of officers in place. just as a cautionary measure. >>marty: it is a fine line. >>jackie: yes. the want to celebrate but if had trouble in the past and the want to be prepared. >>marty: jackie, reporting live from downtown san jose. >>isabel: east bay quenche-- questions allegations that the suspect may not have fired at all or perhaps he fired first. kate thompson has more. >>kate: the c h p spotted the stolen vehicle on highway no. 4 and began falling. when that the suspect began realizing he was being followed, he went to the
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parking lot of kaiser permanente day. a confrontation ensued. police opened fire. the windows were shot out and the driver's shot was shattered. the driver was taken away with non-life- threatening injuries. officers were not injured. kate thompson, kron 4. >>marty: now,here are two suspects that robbed a spa as there were walking at the royal spa on miller avenue they also stole both vehicles of the employees. this latin male description is wearing a dark hat, blue jeans. the second possible suspect had a similar description. kia sedona and a black 1999 honda civic both of these vehicles have been stolen.
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>>isabel: hese men accused of masterminding the 911 attacks will have the stage again this weekend. the question is that what will he do with the spotlight. charges include terrorism and 2000 counts of murder, each. over 2000 counts of murder, each. all of these defendants face the death penalty if convicted. relatives are watching this closely. some of these relatives are watching from closed circuit television at an army base in new york city. others are showing the hearing. ft meade in maryland is
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the only army base that is open for public viewing of the hearings. >>isabel: a beautiful shot. >>marty: and warning for fall creek packers >>isabel: a beautiful day ♪ off
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>>isabel: welcome back a warning for the santa clara mountain hiking path. fall creek near felton should be on the lookout for a man behaving crazily. a 14 year-old girl was approached from behind in january. recently a 25 year-old woman was approached from behind with a man of peering from behind the bushes. >>marty: coming up a dorm room turns into a laboratory. for an electronic student engineering - ( music playing ) - we know technology can make you more connected. but now it can make you more connected to your doctor through e-mail. test results from home. check records. change appointments. now doctors, nurses, techs, pharmacists are all digitally connected to each other.
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>>marty: a 4.1 earthquake and personal county just 3 mi. east of the geysers in sonoma county with a 1.2 dup radius. >> ysabel: a beautiful blue morning. and perhaps a beach
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day. >>marty: it should be a gorgeous morning. janu? >>janu: we are expecting a lot of sunshine and even warmer temperatures it is expected to get pretty warm. 70's in mountain view. cupertino. 79 in morgan hill and upper 70's for the east bay and the shores. 79 in concord. 78 in pleasanton. still, nice. 73 degrees expected in hayward. 72 degrees expected in alameda. and even cooler along the coast but plenty of sunshine 63 degrees
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expected in ocean beach. 68 degrees in downtown san francisco and even warmer for the palo alto area. and upper 70's in the north bay. mid 70's expected for mill valley. a look at your 7 day around the bay we are expecting even more warmth. with 80s. last thing on to your work week. dry conditions and that marine layer could return on wednesday but cooling. however a beautiful week expected. >>isabel: this is a great reason to look up at this beautiful super this full moon is going to appear 30 percent more luminous and 14 times larger because it is going to be 15,000
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closer to earth it is expected to rise at 8:35 pacific time look east. a and >>marty: this is video of the reunion last year. this is
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surprise marriage with shane beaur and sharon shroud will be married today. shari--sharon shroud was released because of the best man. >> this college dorm room is his laboratory key is an electronics engineer major. with voice commands for automated lighting,. when he up loaded this to you to be became and sensation. >> what is one of your favorite? >> several different party modes, strobe light, techno all controlled from his laptop. and. it is and all its corey. as you can imagine it has attracted campus attention. the housing
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authorities of berkeley were concerned with electronic wiring concerns but have found nothing. he has been summoned to a hearing. >> they say that it is a fire hazard they say that i am showing disrespect towards my neighbors however no problems. >> you can see no problems. this can be dismantled in just a matter of minutes and only using binder clips and he did not drill any holes. >>isabel: this whale is finally free! it was first seen of the
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southern california coast tangled and fishing debris. with no luck three weeks ago however on thursday it was spotted off the coast off bodega bay the exhausted captain of the crab boat said it was one of his best experiences. >>marty: caring for a loved one with a terminal illness is a very difficult challenge. >>isabel: henry speaks to the delicate work behind this task
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>> it is a balance you have to balance those needs against the needs that you are caring for sometimes it is difficult to achieve that ideal point. usually it falters back and forth, continually. >>henry: the unfortunate fact of being a caregiver is that you end up having a conflict with the person that you are caring for that is scared, angry. they take it out on the care giver. how do you deal with that? >> every time i put myself into this position is not about me. i put my eagle at the door. the person that is still the were caring for often does not have the ability to use normal mode of communication that will have access to. instead of saying i feel real they say they could
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take it out in the form of anger. and often the care giver is collateral damage. >>henry: ? other than protecting yourself? is there a way to protect yourself. >> through this book several suggestions. off many i have seen as a hospice volunteer. what they end up doing is accepting the bonus and at the same time reduce the severity and duration of your own grief. >> it is difficult for us to even anticipate the types of problems one can face. however we will all face it. and sam,
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thank you. a very valuable block. >> thank you for having me. >>henry: ♪ we will backed
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>>isabel: we are back. this live look. a beautiful day. bright, blue skies. >>marty: let us get the forecast from janu. >>janu: this is a live look. we are looking at clear skies and breezy. we are expecting a beautiful weekend with lots of sunshine. much warmer temperatures compared to yesterday. even a mild evening. and win. current conditions 50s. concord, still in the 40's through livermore. and 50s
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through the word, mountain view. and upper 50s currently and napa. taking a look in the afternoon highs. 77 degrees and san francisco. san rafael. and cooler a bit along the coast with 64 degrees in half moon bay. and inland expecting warmer temperatures tomorrow. >>isabel: and san jose police are beefing up patrols for the cinco de mayo a dangerous combination of gang activity and large crowds. some people are choosing to stay away. we have a live reporter, jackie. it looks like downtown is starting to wake up. >>jackie: yes! people are
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starting to show up near downtown san jose on this holiday of cinco de mayo. far, it is quiet what lot officials and city officials are hoping for. even though in 2010 and they canceled the downtown parade. however thousands are still expected to come down to celebrate cinco de mayo law enforcement and city officials and sheriff's department is going to beef up patrols. is important to maintain a presence. if anything happens? they will be in place. they want to be in a position to be about to react quickly. as today progresses more and more people are coming down to the downtown
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area. you spoke to the businesses. i am in santa clara between first and second. i've not seen any sign of any businesses boarding up. >>isabel: the anti-gang task force is also going to be out. they were hoping that they could keep things calm. >>jackie: actually they did some mitigation and prep they told some gang members and asked them to get out of town for the weekend. they tried to work with them. perhaps that would be helpful to reduce the amount of tension in the air. the gang force isn't actively involved. along with the police department, they -- are actively
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involved. >>isabel: i hope that will help thank you, jackie. there marty and on-line effort for the business districtbusiness owners in the mission district are also upset. after cleaning up this vandalism from last wednesday night with an>>reporter: of these businesses near valencia spent thousands to replace broken windows and broken outdoor furniture. this is what left behind. graffiti day protes. some store fronts were boarded up pre may day. this a business owner forced her to close. >> we have all of our windows smashed. no looting but destruction of property. it is astonishing on valencia's street where everybody has managed to keep the big box stores out. valencia's seems to be the target. >>reporter: this mission district businesses have a website dedicated for the non- insurance coverage. their goal is to raise $10,000 www.kron4.com click on news links for more information. so for, $7,800 has been raised. so
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far-loudres park cinco dem ayo from 10-6 >>isabel: more guns off the street is a buy back. the first 150 functional fire arms will be purchased at $100. this will help trying to keep guns off the street. it begins at city hall parking lot in east palo alto. >> take a look at this canyon on friday. u.s. forest service were on the scene air lifted three of the four horses. unfortunately,
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one has died. >>marty: he has known to work them to the breaking point. >>isabel: a big work out event coming up today. i hope that he does not make me work out! {laughter} >>marty: we would be in trouble ♪
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this man found guilty of taking cash from investigative scenes. he was spent his time in oregon. also, alleged crime a brothel and drug dealing, associated with this officer. and a 'dirty dui'cites. >> this 1875 tradition with hats, society, mint julep and that there be will begin at 3:00 p.m. the greatest two minutes in sports is synonymous with the kentucky derby. >>jan: charlie chaplin, the
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american licorice candy. they have been doing this since 1925 since san francisco. we are celebrating everything.
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>>janu: welcome back this is a live look at is a beautiful morning. we are expecting a gorgeous weekend. a bit of a chilly start but plenty of sunshine and warmer temperatures compared to yesterday. checking out the wind we are still however expected warmer temperatures. taking a look at current temperatures with the 60s in redwood city. 62 degrees in napa. 40's, inland. as we go towards 10:00 a.m. and we will suppose 60s indicated by the green. noon 70's in the kit
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by the yellow. it will be cooling off to the 60s for the most part 60s along the peninsula, the shores. and overnight we will also see the 60s become more widespread. afternoon highs will be pretty warm. 70's in mountain view. cooler along the coast. 64 degrees and half moon bay 77 degrees 6 fifth half fell 79 in novado. upper 60s expected for downtown tenants to go. the seven day run today showing the warming trend as the good towards the workweek. 80s towards the workweek for a:45. >>jan: thank you. we are talking about the avengers. why not talk about movie candy! for 1925, the
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gold rush, he loved licorice. we are speaking about the american licorice co.. mike mcnally great to have you. mike mckelley >> were founded in 1914 in chicago and we opened up in san francisco in 1925. we've been making red pines since 1925. >>jan: white shoes in san francisco? >> it was a simultaneous mid coast and west coast operation. >>jan: family operation? >> yes a great, great, great grandfather co-founder. >>jan: this is and union city? >> yes a california classic. with a rich history between hollywood and red wines--re dvines and we have the heritage
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of a series of legacy ofredvines and made the shoe that char lie chaplin shoe that he ate on film. >>jan: what is really natural also this packaging you can easily recognize. we have natural. it is in all natural version. this is what people have grown up with they are shopping at whole foods. now they have an option with these natural alternative.
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>> what is great. thank you so much. fantastic for the american licorice co.. it is the san francisco place. have fun. and speaking of movies super humans have come together to form the avengers. flood says this is a comic book generic is this powerful star power with robert downey jr.. scarlett johansson and is also work referencing shakespeare in the park. geographic locations in europe it really is fun with intelligence and >> mark: ruffalo and 'we boughta zoo'is a great movie she is also curley and. much better than the what you would expect. the that
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is three out of four paths. then best to exotic hotels. in the american licorice co.. with three of - 4 --hats. if you want to work off that candy? fitness. {laughter} >>isabel: and you can take advantage of the bay-area fitness challenge. ♪
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talking about. >> he is tough! one of the most popular shows, the toughest trainer on " the biggest loser ". she is 65 lbs. lighter. >> now is your chance. he is a star power. joining us. govez, >> self magazine has a workout in the park. we are training. and meeting everyone trying to get them to use a healthy lifestyle. >>isabel: same techniques? >> i do not know any other way. i encourage a return to come out and have a good workout. >>marty: they start to work out with great intentions but it is
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difficult to keep it in your work out? >> consistency is key. but it will lead to a healthy lifestyle. >>marty: right. >>isabel: if you are healthy you can help other people. were you always in good shape. >> i was a small kid growing up. i started lifting weights. and it was more about body awareness. i have always been active. it is not difficult for you put some people have to have behavioral changes? >> yes it is a mental and physical commitment. the word being commitment finding that time to take care of yourself. >>marty: maybe some people having difficulty to jobs, and juggling time, kids, can you do 20 minutes per day?
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>> yes even 20-30 minutes is a good start. i would recommend set an alarm clock for your workout. that we it is a constant reminder. if >>isabel: this is the one good thing that everybody has a bad coach. what happens when they go away. do you have that research that people stay with it? >> yes they usually stick with it because they've been given so many tools. the key is in the kitchen. to curb those bad habits in the kitchen. >>isabel: please remind us toward the kitchen. >> do not eat white pasta, white bread, pasta, candy.
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>> joining us is lindsay. thank you. tell us about what we have. >> we are going to be out from 11 to three at marina green your going to get so much more than a 17-crunch. reebok, freebies. with a free pair of socks, a massage. you can go to garnier, with pampering and lucy clothing a ton of freebies of luna my favorite part is self workout in the park. you can get energized before going out. >>marty: with social media involved somewhere. >> create your own avatar. and is a bill can get a face from-- facial.
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>>marty: thank you if sounds like a wonderful event it is a pleasure meeting both of you. >>isabel: 5 will think of you when i look at the big loser. that self workout in the park is 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. at three of green. tickets available. >>marty: it is going to be gorgeous. >>isabel: when we come back the agreement of the guantanamo bay. agreement arraignment does your phone give you all day battery life ?
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(male announcer) this is the bay area's news station. kron 4 news starts now. >>jan: we are going to be talking about this great book. >>isabel: a great look outside san francisco looking very pretty. >>marty: where are expecting a beautiful day. janu? >>janu: we are expecting a couple of great days. this is the golden gate view. mostly
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clear conditions and a breezy but the higher elevations. sunshine with 10 degrees warmer than the yesterday. and wind speeds could pick up overnight currently, 50s in the san francisco, san jose. still through livermore. however 50s and livermore to read for this afternoon, it is going to be gorgeous. 60s in downtown san francisco. 79 degrees in fairfield. 70's expected in san jose your full forecast coming up and a warming trend. for now, let us go back to marty. sahel >>marty: they are getting ready for a secretive mile celebrations with a spike in gang violence usually could be a
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combination that leads to trouble. some businesses boarding up and residences are even choosing to stay away. police say they are not taking any chances. >>reporter: several hundred people smashed windows along this ave. they are hoping to avoid this with additional officers and adding patrols and getting help from the probation apartment and the department of corrections. >> we allow for a safe celebration of cinco de mayo we have used this plan in place for also mardi gras and a special officers units will do with gang activity specifically. and investigative gang crime
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will be on that the scene working side by side with other officers. business owners in the mission they are prepared to reroute traffic if necessary. and disperse crowds. if there is a problem. for a fire hazard. this additional patrol will start friday until sunday. in the san jose, charles clifford, kron4 news. >>isabel: this online effort is underway for business owners in the mission district are also upset. after cleaning up this vandalism from last wednesday night with an occupy protest
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splinter group replace broken windows and broken outdoor furniture. this is what left behind. graffiti and paint after this preet may day protes. some store fronts were boarded up pre may day. this a business owner forced her to close. >> we have all of our windows smashed. no looting but destruction of property. it is astonishing on valencia's street where everybody has managed to keep the big box stores out. valencia's seems to be the target. >>reporter: this mission district businesses have a insurance coverage. their goal is to raise $10,000 www.kron4.com click on news links for more information. delores parke--. to the part mahere are two suspectt robbed a spa as there were walking at the royal spa on
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miller avenue they also stole both vehicles of the employees. this latin male description is wearing a dark hat, blue jeans. the second possible suspect had a similar description. kia sedona and a black 1999 honda civic both of these vehicles have been stolen. >>isabel: hese men accused of masterminding the 911 attacks will have the stage again this weekend. the question is that what will he do with the spotlight. 2976 kelseyville murder each are facing these>> i have had conversations with people that think that this service will begin. to an and and find out. >>reporter: judge advocate is
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with the 911 attacks. >> it is a risky way to deal with these risky trials. murder and says that i want to be a martyr but that military >> the original set of laws that were set down by this administration were basically court. they basically had to start over and put together a new framework. >>reporter: attorney general ever colder was moving him to >>reporter: this backlashes particle political and backlash arraignment for him. question. whenever administration has guantanamo on their plate. >>reporter: defense attorneys stop them from going on any type of a grant that could alienate the 12 military officers. how successful those attorneys will be remains to be seen. coming up ac transit are looking into a hydrogen leak that caused the ac transit bus yard and recent dairy school and pixar studios were evacuated. no the leak was eventually tapped. >>isabel: the beautiful live shot ♪
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>>marty: welcome back. ac transit are looking into a hydrogen leak that caused evacuation's friday morning at the ac transit bus yard and
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every phil secondary studios were evacuated. no reports of injuries or damages the leak was eventually tapped. pixar studios was also evacuated. >>isabel: a warning for the santa clara mountain hiking path. fall creek near felton should be on the lookout for a man behaving crazily. a 14 year- old girl was approached from behind in january. recently a 25 year-old woman was approached from behind with a man of peering from behind the bushes. hikers are concerned to >> is concerning. however i have been out here alone for the past several years. i will maintain my intuition. if my gut feeling is not feel safe then i will not go of women by themselves and it
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is concerning but i would say that most of them seem cool. i have never felt threatened. but i am used to the back country it is a little bit different. for the average people it is a good idea to team up and be saved. >>isabel: searched the area but they did not find the man. trails lead also to the san lorenzo high school that are now off limits. >>marty: more news with the ceo of the yahoo resonate discrepancy discrepancies from as -- résume. >>isabel: this review of the coast and that they.
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>>marty: fel--barry bonds once his felony charges thrown out. question to a grand jury question. this is based on his response to a grand jury question. >>isabel: mediators should be used instead of police during protests with the recent review of the uc davis and uc berkeley controversy of pepper spray. they should be trained on how to control these issues. >>marty: this 4 monta c zeus noa
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commutcomputer science degree. y are demanding that he be fired faced legal action provided false credentials on his résume. >>janu: it is going to be a beautiful weekend. this is from mt. tam. we are expecting a lot of sunshine and even to the weekend morro taking a look terrific reconditions. upper 50s in antioch. 60s in fairfield. as for this afternoon it is going to be 77 degrees in campbell, will scuttles. 79
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degrees in morgan hill. nearly 80 degrees and other areas. mid 70's in pittsburgh. slightly cooler along the east bay but still nice. 74 degrees in oakland. mid 70's and union city. towards the peninsula 69 degrees in daly city. a bit cooler in half moon bay. 77 degrees in palo alto. those upper 70's in the north bay. 79 in novado. and 78 degrees expected in napa. taking a look a look at your 7 day around the bay 80s on monday, tuesday and that marine layer could return. temperatures will be dry. 9:17. >>marty: this full moon is going
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to appear 30 percent more luminous and 14 times larger because it is going to be 15,000 closer to earth it is expected to rise at 8:35 pacific timethis full moon is going to appear 30 percent more luminous and 14 times larger because it is going to be 15,000 closer to 8:35 pacific time surprise marriage with shane beaur and sharon shroud will be married today. shari--sharon shroud was released because of medical reasons. judge patel, the third and the trio will be the best man. if you recall they were accused of espionage but hiking near the border. this wedding is bad been an undisclosed.
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>>isabel: this prostitute speak out. this scandal has cost eight people their jobs and at least one person has failed a lie detector and test. the woman was supposed to be paid $800 for her services. >> translator: i asked him to give me the gift and he said no and he said just go (explecitve) and he just gave me taxi money and i was in shock. >>isabel: after that flight to down a police officer. she is giving up prostitution but she is willing to pose nude for a male magazine.
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>>marty: of warren buffett is filling up items with his portfolio company. he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer however he is reportedly recovering well. >>isabel: cinderella valley --ballet
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>>isabel: of 777 kids are invited for a free the l.-- ballet >>marty: this is designed to bring ballet to the lower income families . however he is a character in the play people normally do not see. {laughter} >> >> stephanie. it, thank you for being here. and you have assumed the job as principal master. the ballet for several
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years. now, at prince william master. it has associative me with stephanie. >> stephanie, can you tell us about these economic challenges to get people to spend discretionary income on the ballet. . challenges are for several performing arts and nonprofit organizations. however we have tried to reinvigorate our programming this season. it is bringing in larger audiences and certainly with the cinderella program. and it has a broad appeal. working on
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developing our audience and expanding our board. very dramatically and bringing more people into the proposition. and helping to engage the community. if >>isabel: you have worked to serve the underserved community. children are coming in to see pele for the very first time. but items planned before the matinee they will be learne- learning walls, and decorating. >>marty: can you tell us about the energy that the children bring to the audience. i would imagine that you could really feel the energy.
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>> it is wonderful for the dancers to hear the involvement. >>isabel: do you still have that school for the ballet? >> yes. ballet of with performances this evening and a matinee tomorrow >> bring your daughters and your sons. {laughter} >> >> this performance starts today at 1:30. the san jose performing
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arts center. just log on to balletsj.org
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>>isabel: as we take this live look at the bay bridge it looks like little hand--ants. {laughter} >>marty: i was going to say the same thing. >>janu: is looking beautiful. a bright, blue sky and a beautiful weekend. we are starting off with breezy conditions at the higher elevations but plenty of sunshine expected. much warmer than yesterday with a mild evening in store. currently, mid 50s through san francisco. oakland 59 degrees. and 58
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degrees in hayward. mountain view, and already 60s and nevada--in napa. daly city, with 60s expected in redwood city, half moon bay and even getting close to 80 degrees inland your full forecast coming up. even 80s possible tomorrow. >>marty: the patrols are being beefed up for the scene could >> celebrations with a spike and gang violence could be a dangerous combination. residents also are choosing to stay away
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>>isabel: east palo alto is holding a gun buyback. the first 150 functional fire arms will be purchased at $100. and jackie is live in east palo alto. did they start already? >>jackie: not an empty parking lot so far it has been going on for 30 minutes. gun buyback could already be deemed a success. for this buyback program. so far, they have bought back about 30. everything from a small caliber handgun, shotgun, a handgun. any working firearm they will buy back at $ 100 with no questions asked.
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this is the fourth annual. they have a private grant. the hope is that they can get the weapons off the streets. i spoke to people that brought these in and most say that it was it is in storage, garage or it was my father's. her mother recently passed and she found the weapon. the good thing for east palo alto police is that they want to get these off the streets. it it is sitting somewhere? and it will not be used. that is the big thing. 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. with a $100 you can see there are six, seven cars still waiting. the officer will
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approach you in your vehicle. we will be here for a while. it has already been successful. >>isabel: you might not even be there until 1 if they run out of money they are having success thank you, jackie. >>marty: several questions are not answered after an officer involved shooting friday night. allegations that the suspects fired at the officers' first but there's also word that the suspect could not have fired at all. kate thompson explains. >>kate: originally the chp spotted the stolen vehicle on highway no. 4 and began following it and called for backup. pulled off the highway but upon learning he was being followed and went into the parking lot of kaiser permanente a. . pinole police opened fire.
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this a driver's side window was pierced with a window bullet. non-life-threatening injuries for the driver. officers involved were not injured kate thompson, kron4 >>isabel: mixed news from this story. horses down a ravine air lifted one to safety. one of them died not a explanation. >> that was in southern california. >>marty: this whale is finally free! it california coast tangled and fishing debris. with
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no luck three weeks ago however on thursday it was spotted off the coast off bodega bay the exhausted captain of the crab boat said it was one of his best experiences. still to come kron4 news this weekend president obama could be on the campaign trail but it took out time to congratulate championships of a basketball teams. >>marty: let us take a live look. san francisco a beautiful day and a beautiful weekend expected.
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>>marty: welcome back. this university of kentucky men's
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basketball team in. president obama met with the team to congratulate them on their n.c.a.a. championship. the wildcats had their eight n.c.a.a. title. they beat kansas last month in the title game appeared even know the president did not choose them he did congratulate them in a rose garden ceremony. >> great. >>isabel: churchil downs for the 138 run for the roses. this derby dates back to 1875. this is a great tradition. many people go for the fashion, festivities and drinking milk-- mint juleps. this is known as the greatest two minutes in sports.
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>>marty: jan wahl is watching intently. >>jan: i love those hats. from renegades, artists, everybody showing up an amazing town. a great hotel. let me tell you about the best hotel. let us celebrate >>stanley: this is video of an i'm really goingnd not stopping. to miss you.
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>>jan: from 1857 until now the time the americans it is a town that is just amazing this theft pfft chamelea inn and amazing place ted calvert. what drew you
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to this place there for 32 years the russian river, the alexander valley, the dry creek valley, the reverse, the mountains it just continues and it becomes part of your dna is the revers the rivers >>jan: so many interesting people and tell us some of these interesting historical people. during prohibition lou cahumbano started bootlegging. and the geyserville town also historic with a wild and crazy items. they said that it is a small
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pond in a big fish but the characters are very memorable. what was it found on? >> way back, the indian tribes traced back to the year 3000 bc. the ancestors were found mainly on the agriculture. first it was hoppes, then prom pfft---hops, then prunes, now grapes. >>grant >>jan: what is some of your favorite parts of the book. >> the bootlegging section and also the palomar dance hall in
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the russian river and they would have their first fight, firstt dance and forthe first kiss. half have >>jan: how do they get this vote? >> this is available at the downtown olocation of the so great, but >>jan: @ thank you, so much. this is just a beautiful town of i love it. the best thing is that i love the exotic hotels.
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it is really a amazing place. and this adventurous seniors featured and this amazing movie. they find a different story when they are right they make it multi-dimensional and surprising. john madden, who gave us " shakespeare in love " gave us an amazing cast. the history of the hotel you do not have to go to india to experience india. 4 hats that is my highest rating. a great movie.
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>>isabel: you can go past mt. tam. and the areas are looking pretty nice. >>marty: let us take a look at the forecast with john you. >>janu: we are looking at janu -- >>janu: some of those higher elevations with 5-15 degrees warmer but even warmer temperatures tomorrow. let us take a look at the current temperatures.
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70's through san leandro, alameda and it is going to be cooler along the coast but breezy. 60s to ocean beach. 68 degrees in san francisco, pacifica, and warmer and palo alto. 70's in the north bay. 70's through sonoma, a bottl pas coming up tomorrow. with monday, tuesday, temperatures will cool off by wednesday but we are expecting a beautiful week next week. >>marty: thank you. we have seen this before from san francisco, they do not obey traffic laws.
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and that includes a bus driver. now here is stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >>stanley: you are looking at new video of an ac transit bus and not stopping at the real world crossing rail road crossing. >> as we know now we are taking the added measures to make sure that these drivers are all bay in the proper precautions. >>stanley: this was after they watched a kron 4
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>>stanley: when i did return every single boss i saw with the exception of one bus driver was in compliance every single bos'' boss -- driver if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, email at peoplebehavingbadly@kron4.com >>isabel: cinco de mayo history
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is the battle of the french and the city has been using this as a pr campaign and to keep the confederacy and supporting the lincoln army nad
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>>isabel: 1 last locker. and we are looking at a beautiful day. his >> id should be gorgeous
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